Creating Opportunities for Young People
The Snow-Redfern Memorial Foundation will receive, earn, administer and distribute funds to qualifying charitable and/or human service organizations, educational entities, and faith based organizations. These organizations, will in turn, provide direct services to meet the needs, education or training of disadvantaged youth.
Because we envision a world where EVERY young person has an opportunity to become a thriving adult, we dedicate resources to targeted populations of young people in Nebraska.
Though the projects we fund change periodically based upon the identified needs within our communities, the use of standardized assessments completed by our local Public Health District (Panhandle Public Health) allows data to add integrity to impact areas in which we allocate funding support.
The 2020-2023 Impact Areas Include:
1) Career Pathways
2) Innovation Grant
3) Program Grant
4) Project Grants
Committed to Excellence
Our organization earned a 2019 Gold Seal! Now our community can see our commitment to transparency and easily contact us for more information. Check out our updated GuideStar #NonprofitProfile: part of @CandidDotOrg)
Committed to Best Practices
As a member of the Non Profit Association of the Midlands, Snow-Redfern completed necessary requirements to achieve compliance with Guidelines and Principles, which provide legal compliance and best practices information in 12 major areas of nonprofit management: Communication, Evaluation, Financial Management, Fundraising, Governance, Human Resources, Information Technology, Planning, Public Policy & Advocacy, Strategic Alliances, Transparency & Accountability, and Volunteer Management.
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